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Things I Like About Yeshua From Matthew: Part 2

Many interesting people have lived during the past 6,000 years. My brother-in-law David loves reading biographies, learning about some of those interesting people and the interesting things they have said and done. Of all the people who have lived, I’m most interested in one - Yeshua. There are so many things I like about Him. Here are some that come

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Matthew 8

Matthew 8 records a very busy and intense period in Messiah’s life that reveals wonderful things about who He is, what He can do for us, and how we need to respond to Him. Yeshua is in the north, in Galilee. Matthew tells us that when Yeshua came down from the mountainside (where He gave one of the greatest teachings

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Matthew 9:1-17

Yeshua is the Messiah who can forgive our sins and heal our paralysis. Yeshua is the Messiah who loves all human beings, no matter their social, economic or religious status. Yeshua is the Messiah who can free us from “religiosity”. Yeshua is the Messiah who is doing something radically new that we must adapt to. Yeshua is the Messiah who

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Matthew 9:18-38

Yeshua is the Messiah who can stop our bleeding us and give us a healthy life! Yeshua is the Messiah who can restore us to life! Yeshua is the Messiah who can restore sight to the blind! Yeshua is the Messiah who is greater than the demons and can free us from their deceptions, evil influences and control! Yeshua is

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Matthew 10 – A Call To Radical Discipleship: Messiah Wants To Turn Us Into Wise, Fearless, Bold, Representatives Who Give Ourselves Fully To Him And His Mission

Yeshua was having a profound impact on the nation of Israel of preaching, teaching and healing. His ministry was growing and He needed help. Instead of helping Messiah with His mission of healing, preaching and teaching, most of the political and spiritual leaders of Yeshua’s day opposed Him. So, Yeshua raised up and empowered a new generation of spiritual leaders

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Matthew 10 – What It Means to Be a True Disciple

I'm concerned that no one stands before the Lord on the Day of Judgment, and finds out that the Lord never considered him to be a genuine follower of Messiah. Wouldn't it be terrible to appear before the Lord, having thought that you were a religious person, and expecting to enter Heaven, and hear the Son of God say these

By |2017-01-30T21:44:57+00:00November 2nd, 2012|Categories: Commentaries by Rabbi Loren|Tags: , |Comments Off on Matthew 10 – What It Means to Be a True Disciple

Matthew 13 – Parables That Teach Us How God Works In This World And How We Need To Live To Have Successful Lives

Finally, after thousands of years of prophecies and preparation, the Messiah, the ultimate prophet - the One who most clearly hears from God and speaks to us; the ultimate priest - the One who uniquely brings us closer to God and brings God closer to us; the ultimate king - the One who is ordained to rule over Israel and

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Matthew 18-25 – Parables That Reveal The Ways The King Is Working In This World

Messiah Yeshua is Israel’s Greatest Rabbi, Our Most Authoritative Teacher - greater than Moshe Rabaynu, Moses our teacher, greater than any of Israel’s prophets, sages or scholars. Rabbi Yeshua was a master teacher and used various methods to teach, one being parables. Parables enable people to remember a story and its lessons. These particular parables teach us how the kingdom

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